WEST MOBILE BAPTIST

 

 CHILD DEVELOPMENT CENTER

 

 7501 Airport Blvd.  Mobile, Alabama  36608

251-639-6868 phone

251-633-9825 fax


 

 

"Train up a child in the way he should go, and when he is old,

he will not depart from it." 

Proverbs 22:6

 

Our Center was established in the fall of 1993 as a ministry of West Mobile Baptist Church.

 

 

West Mobile Baptist Child Development Center

is now offering REFERRAL REWARDS.

 To thank you for referring your friends and family members to our Center and

for helping us grow, we will now be offering a $50 REFERRAL REWARD.

 
Here’s how it works:

1)Tell your friends and family members about us.

2)If/when they enroll in the Center, tell them to mention your name.

3)After they’ve been enrolled and actively on our roll for 12 consecutive weeks,

a $50 credit will be placed on your account. 

There’s no limit to how many REFERRAL REWARDS you can receive!

It’s our way of THANKING YOU for blessing our Center. 

 


Our fees schedule for all programs
 and age levels can be found by
here.

Thinking about enrolling at West Mobile Baptist Child Development Center?

We now offer “Fee Schedules” at the time of enrollment in order to make the costs

involved with getting into our daycare “a little less painful” to your budget.

 

Here’s how it works…

Registration Fees:

All Students are required to pay a Registration Fee.  This Fee secures your position and is due prior to your child’s first day in the Center. As part of our Fee Schedule, that $125 may be broken, if you choose, into weekly payments of $25 for 5 weeks with the first payment being due prior to your start date. 

This Fee is due annually and from your second year on, you will be eligible to pay this same fee at either the PreRegistration Rate of $65 or the Early Registration Rate of $75.

Curriculum and Activity Fees:

K2-K5 Students are required to pay a Curriculum Fee and Activity Fee.  These Fees, rather than being required all at once at the time of enrollment, may now be paid on week two (Curriculum) and three (Activity) of enrollment.

This Fee is due annually and is a set amount.  No reduction can be offered.

Multiple Children Enrollment:

If you have Multiple Children that you are interested in enrolling, our Financial Secretary will prepare a Fee Schedule for you that will adjust the plan an additional two weeks per child enrolled

.

 


Our fees schedule for all programs
 and age levels can be found by
here.

Thinking about enrolling at West Mobile Baptist Child Development Center?

We now offer “Fee Schedules” at the time of enrollment in order to make the costs

involved with getting into our daycare “a little less painful” to your budget.

 

Here’s how it works…

Registration Fees:

All Students are required to pay a Registration Fee.  This Fee secures your position and is due prior to your child’s first day in the Center. As part of our Fee Schedule, that $125 may be broken, if you choose, into weekly payments of $25 for 5 weeks with the first payment being due prior to your start date. 

This Fee is due annually and from your second year on, you will be eligible to pay this same fee at either the PreRegistration Rate of $65 or the Early Registration Rate of $75.

Curriculum and Activity Fees:

K2-K5 Students are required to pay a Curriculum Fee and Activity Fee.  These Fees, rather than being required all at once at the time of enrollment, may now be paid on week two (Curriculum) and three (Activity) of enrollment.

This Fee is due annually and is a set amount.  No reduction can be offered.

Multiple Children Enrollment:

If you have Multiple Children that you are interested in enrolling, our Financial Secretary will prepare a Fee Schedule for you that will adjust the plan an additional two weeks per child enrolled

.

 

Curriculum

   Abeka is a quality educational system from a Christian perspective and these curriculum guides are used in our K2 and older learning programs.  This is a phonics based program published by Pensacola Christian College.  Our learning programs are geared for the development of motor skills and sensory processes as well as social interaction.  Each age group works on their level and ability, while providing a challenging and enjoyable classroom experience. In addition to learning programs our K3 – K5 students participate weekly in Library time and Music with an experienced resource teacher.

We also hold chapel on Wednesday mornings for all rooms Toddlers and up.  An age appropriate Bible lesson will accompany music and motions as the little ones in our care celebrate and learn more about God and His goodness.  


 

Staff Education

Our teachers are highly trained and well qualified to care for children.  They are certified in first aid, CPR, food safety, and utilize continuing education in-services for further preparation.  We also encourage our staff to seek new and interesting ways to challenge the children in our Center. Our daytime, afternoon, and floor supervisors are also always circulating and available to provide the room staff with additional training, learning activities or creative solutions for common developmental issues. 



 

 

   Abeka is a quality educational system from a Christian perspective and these curriculum guides are used in our K2 and older learning programs.  This is a phonics based program published by Pensacola Christian College.  Our learning programs are geared for the development of motor skills and sensory processes as well as social interaction.  Each age group works on their level and ability, while providing a challenging and enjoyable classroom experience. In addition to learning programs our K3 – K5 students participate weekly in Library time and Music with an experienced resource teacher.

We also hold chapel on Wednesday mornings for all rooms Toddlers and up.  An age appropriate Bible lesson will accompany music and motions as the little ones in our care celebrate and learn more about God and His goodness.  


 

Staff Education

Our teachers are highly trained and well qualified to care for children.  They are certified in first aid, CPR, food safety, and utilize continuing education in-services for further preparation.  We also encourage our staff to seek new and interesting ways to challenge the children in our Center. Our daytime, afternoon, and floor supervisors are also always circulating and available to provide the room staff with additional training, learning activities or creative solutions for common developmental issues. 



 

 

Purpose and Programs

 

Statement of Purpose

We believe that “Children are a gift from the Lord” (Psalm 127:3).  Therefore, we understand what an awesome responsibility it is to care for children.  A child care center is never a substitute for a strong Christian family.  Our objective is not to replace, but to supplement and strengthen the family by supplying guidance in genuine spiritual growth, intellectual stimulation at your child’s level, and care that promotes growth in the daily development of your child.

 

 

 

Currently, we offer a daycare/preschool program for children 6 weeks of age

 

through the K-5.  We also offer before and after school care and a summer camp program for children 6-11 years old.  We also include many extracurricular activities, computer classes, and music classes as a part of our regular program for K3 children and older.

Children can also attend the learning program only for K3 and older. 


 

Statement of Purpose

We believe that “Children are a gift from the Lord” (Psalm 127:3).  Therefore, we understand what an awesome responsibility it is to care for children.  A child care center is never a substitute for a strong Christian family.  Our objective is not to replace, but to supplement and strengthen the family by supplying guidance in genuine spiritual growth, intellectual stimulation at your child’s level, and care that promotes growth in the daily development of your child.

 

 

 

Currently, we offer a daycare/preschool program for children 6 weeks of age

 

through the K-5.  We also offer before and after school care and a summer camp program for children 6-11 years old.  We also include many extracurricular activities, computer classes, and music classes as a part of our regular program for K3 children and older.

Children can also attend the learning program only for K3 and older. 


Child Development Center Staff

Jennifer Doucet is the director of WMB CDC. She is originally from the Detroit, Michigan area and currently resides in Lucedale, MS.  She, and her husband, Chris, have two children who have recently moved to public schools following a successful start in the Abeka home school.  They also have several more children that have entered their hearts and homes through foster care. The Doucets are members of West Mobile Baptist Church.
 
Jennifer is a graduate of Rochester College (formerly Michigan Christian College) and has also completed her undergraduate coursework and training at Oakland University's Elementary Education Program.  She has spent much of her adult work life furthering her management skills in the retail, restaurant and day care fields while home schooling her boys.  Of those three working fields, she most enjoys her time spent in early childhood development.  Her goal in leading our team here is to use some of the experiences God has allowed her to have to foster and grow our program and ultimately your children.Email Jennifer if you have any questions.
                       
 
Melanie Jodon is the Financial Secretary and Registrar. She has been a member of our staff in various roles both in the classroom and in administration for more than five years.  She is a graduate of the Elementary Education program at the University of South Alabama.  Email Melanie if you have any questions regarding enrollment.
 
Stephanie Chapius is our Morning Floor Supervisor. She is a member of West Mobile Baptist Church and all of her children have attended school at our center.    She circulates throughout the building in the morning to be an extra set of hands for our classroom workers and to ensure the quality of care and safety that our parents have come to expect here at the CDC.


 

Jennifer Doucet is the director of WMB CDC. She is originally from the Detroit, Michigan area and currently resides in Lucedale, MS.  She, and her husband, Chris, have two children who have recently moved to public schools following a successful start in the Abeka home school.  They also have several more children that have entered their hearts and homes through foster care. The Doucets are members of West Mobile Baptist Church.
 
Jennifer is a graduate of Rochester College (formerly Michigan Christian College) and has also completed her undergraduate coursework and training at Oakland University's Elementary Education Program.  She has spent much of her adult work life furthering her management skills in the retail, restaurant and day care fields while home schooling her boys.  Of those three working fields, she most enjoys her time spent in early childhood development.  Her goal in leading our team here is to use some of the experiences God has allowed her to have to foster and grow our program and ultimately your children.Email Jennifer if you have any questions.
                       
 
Melanie Jodon is the Financial Secretary and Registrar. She has been a member of our staff in various roles both in the classroom and in administration for more than five years.  She is a graduate of the Elementary Education program at the University of South Alabama.  Email Melanie if you have any questions regarding enrollment.
 
Stephanie Chapius is our Morning Floor Supervisor. She is a member of West Mobile Baptist Church and all of her children have attended school at our center.    She circulates throughout the building in the morning to be an extra set of hands for our classroom workers and to ensure the quality of care and safety that our parents have come to expect here at the CDC.